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Dec 1, 2012 12:30am PST
the department of public works rep and we have some training in ics, there's dod instructions, cnic instructions, they are not our operational chain of command but we all work on bases so we're there to support them also if needed. so we do have some understanding of ics. our challenge is to become more familiar with the ics system so we're more fopl when we get into a system to support that. there are planners that get that training but we need to take it a level down so the lno's that are going to go to the incident command post also have a lot of ics experience. we had enough to get by so when they did call an objective meeting or a tactics meeting, we knew what he was talking about. when he was developing an action plan, we understood that, but we could have benefited more and we take this on board, too, to get more people trained up at that next level down. >> from my experience as the exercise, i would agree with everybody here. the first thing we have to do is understand, to understand what the priorities are so the first thing we need is an orientation. not just a map orientation, a
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